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lacerate

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈlæsəreɪt/ formal
to make deep cuts in someone's skin: a lacerated armInjuring and injuriesCutting and stabbing
laceration
 
 
/ˌlæsərˈeɪʃən/ noun [C] formal
a cutInjuring and injuriesCutting and stabbing
Translations of “lacerate”
in Chinese (Traditional) 劃傷,割傷,撕裂(尤指肉)…
in Russian ранить, рвать…
in Turkish derince kesmek, yarmak, yaralamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 划伤,割伤,撕裂(尤指肉)…
in Polish poranić, pokaleczyć…
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